The Journal for Surface Water Quality Professionals, is published 8 times a year and reaches more than 21,000 readers responsible for minimizing nonpoint-source water pollution, NPDES Phase II compliance, TMDLs, and the numerous other regulatory and business changes that significantly impact us all. If you're professionally involved with stormwater, this is your magazine. As with our other titles, a limited number of subscriptions are available on a no-charge basis to qualified readers.
Stormwater Web site
The Journal for Water Conservation Professionals, is the only national publication focusing exclusively on the water loss-related concerns of businesses, commercial, agricultural, municipal and industrial facilities, and the publication serves to accelerate the national dialogue on water conservation-related concerns. Although our readers have a varied set of professional skills and diverse backgrounds, all are concerned about and responsible for the increased efficiency of our use, transmission and distribution of this most essential of all our resources.
Water Efficiency Website
Erosion Control is the premier professional magazine for the erosion control industry, covering a broad range of topics relating to multiple land conservation and environmental protection disciplines. As the Official journal of the International Erosion Control Association, Erosion Control offers it's subscribers a vast amount of information on minimizing accelerated, man-made soil erosion and the resulting sedimentation.
Erosion Control Website
Municipal Solid Waste Management
MSW Management caters to the information needs of the solid waste management professional. It's also the official journal of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). Providing detailed coverage of all aspects of managing the waste stream, MSW Management is committed to cost-effective, environmentally sound integrated solid waste management solutions.
Municipal Solid Waste Management Website
Distributed Energy is the only national publication focusing exclusively on the power-related concerns of businesses and facilities, and the publication accelerates the national conversation on onsite power, reducing vulnerability and increased energy self-reliance. While coming from a wide array of industries and professional interests, the readers are all concerned about and responsible for the reliability and cost of the power their operations and facilities depend on.
Distributed Energy Website
Grading & Excavating Contractor
Grading & Excavation Contractor, extends the knowledge of professionals involved in the earthmoving industry. As the editor, John Trotti, puts it, "Grading and Excavation Contractor is not about dirt, how to dig it, or what kind of iron you should have to do it with. You know that stuff already (even if you don't, a magazine isn't going to help much). The fare we bring to the table has to do with productivity, good decisions, staying out of the clutches of the regulators, and building more soundness into your business with every yard of dirt you touch."
Grading & Excavating Contractor Website